A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's by Mark Twain

By Mark Twain

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Canoe: Kanu, Paddelboot, Kanoe, Kanu fahren. darned: ausgebessert, furchtbar, verteufelt, gräßlich, entsetzlich, fürchterlich, grausig, gewaltig, grauenerregend, tierisch, schändlich. formidably: beachtlich, gewaltig, furchtbar. lolled: lümmeltest, lümmeltet, rekelte, lümmelte, geräkelt, gelümmelt, lümmelten. nightmares: Alpdrücken, Alpträume. openings: Öffnungen. overflowed: übergelaufen, überlaufen. parlor: Wohnzimmer. pens: Stifte, Kugelschreiber. pitiable: bedauernswert, erbärmlich, beklagenswert, jämmerlich.

Unaided: ohne Hilfe, ununterstützt. Mark Twain 45 not. If it had been booked for only a month away, I could have sold it short; but, as matters stood, I couldn't seem to cipher out any way to make it do me any good, so I gave up trying. Next, Clarence found that old Merlin was making himself busy on the sly among those people. He was spreading a report that I was a humbug, and that the reason I didn't accommodate the people with a miracle was because I couldn't. I saw that I must do something. % By my authority as executive I threw Merlin into prison--the same cell I had occupied myself.

German alias: Alias, Pseudonym, Deckname, Zuname. begged: bat, batet, baten, gebeten, batest, betteltet, betteltest, gebettelt, bettelte, bettelten, ersuchtet. blunder: Fehler, Schnitzer, schlittern, Fehlschüsse, Verstoß, glitschen, Versehen, Irrtum, Mangel, Mißgriff, Schwäche. calamity: Unglück, Katastrophe, Schicksalsschlag, Unheil, Unglücksfall, Schicksalsschläge, Not, Malheur, Elend, Pech. demoralized: demoralisiertet, demoralisiertest, demoralisiert, demoralisierten, demoralisierte. discrepancy: Unstimmigkeit, Abweichung, Mißverhältnis, Diskrepanz.

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